Bay State Tech, LLC ends the fallacy of a green, solvent replacement being ineffective. Consumers would frivolously purchase green solvents to appease the wave of legislation in their jurisdiction, while still using environmentally hazardous products, behind closed doors, to get the job done effectively.
Bay State’s contention is to always maintain a show and prove mentality. We fully expect to be challenged on our claims of the effectiveness and ability of our product. We will always offer samples and if circumstances permit, demonstrate the product for you. We will also make available a MSDS report on our innovative product, The BODYGUARD.
An Alternate Approach
We decided to take a different approach to solvent replacement. We actually would replace solvency as a method of operation. Our contention is that volatility is created when you break down the bonded material in efforts to rid surfaces of them. We felt that controlling the surface and leaving the material intact, chemically, would be a better method in obtaining zero volatility and could meet and supersede any regulation from any commission fathomed or unfathomed.
THE BODYGUARD is a new and completely green, multi surface treating emulsion developed to improve the handling and clean-up of sticky and quick bonding materials. It is the most effective VOC-free release agent on the market. Our patented (pending) formula releases bonded spoils such as asphalt, concrete, grease, rust, marine fouling and scale, epoxy, wet soils, and clays from surfaces. The product also protects clean surfaces as a truck bed release, anti-icer, anti-fouler, and mold release.
Phasing-out of CFC’s and HCFC’s
CFCs and HCFCs are colorless, volatile, toxic liquids and gases with a faintly sweet ethereal odor. Overexposure at concentrations of 11% or more may cause dizziness, loss of concentration, central nervous system depression and/or cardiac arrhythmia. Vapors displace air and can cause asphyxiation in confined spaces. Although non-flammable, their combustion products include hydrofluoric acid, and related species.
As a Party to the Montreal Protocol, the U.S. must incrementally decrease HCFC consumption and production, culminating in a complete HCFC phase-out in 2030. The major milestones that are upcoming for developed countries are a reduction in 2015 to at least 90 percent below baseline HCFC levels and a reduction in 2020 to at least 99 percent below baseline.